Facilities

Facilities available at the Nanobiomaterials Laboratory include equipment for growth and transfer of nanomaterials such as graphene, carbon nanotubes, nanostructured topological insulators, among others. In addition our lab meet level 1 biosecurity requirement to work with non-pathogenic bacteria.

 

Our facilities include:

     -CVD systems (two zones 1200°C)
     -Box furnace (1200°C, multisegment)
     -Spin coater
     -Laminar flow cabinet
     -Controlled temperature incubators
     -Orbital shaker
     -Autoclave
     -Spectrophotometer
     -Fluorescence microscope (Leica DM500)
     -Optical microscope (Nikon LV150N)
     -Centrifuges
     -Hot plates
     -Fume hood
     -Dry globebox (1ppm)
     -High/low frequency ultrasound probe
     -High-precision balance
     -High-speed homogenizer
     -Thermocycler
     -Electrophoresis chamber
     -Potentiostat
     -Pull-off adhesion tester
     -Dry film thickness gauge

 
 
For atomic-scale microscopy and spectroscopy:

4K / 77K ultrahigh vacuum Scanning Tunneling Microscope (LT-STM) Scienta-Omicron

 
 

Other facilities available at the Physics Department:

 

Scanning Electron Microscopy /EDS

 

 

Variable Temperature Scanning Tunneling Microscopy

 

 

Micro-Raman Spectroscopy